Fastener Fair Technology Conference
|Tuesday, June 20th, 2017
|1:15 PM - 1:45 PM||Learn how to create a network of contacts - An event for women in the fastener industry
Rosa Estella Hearn, President, WIFI, Spanish and English Presentation
This event, brought to you by Women in the Fastener Industry (WIFI), will be conducted as a networking format. Whether you are an introvert or extrovert, young in your career or an experienced professional – you will enjoy meeting other women in this fun and effective atmosphere.
Networking can be one of the most powerful and productive activities an individual can do to launch and manage their career. Continually building an interconnected group of relationships is at the core of a person’s effectiveness both professionally and personally.
This event will also educate you on how to advance your career. So, if you are looking to accelerate your business contacts or just simply connect and communicate with others in the fastener industry, please join us. Hosted by WIFI’s President Rosa Estella Hearn
|2:00 PM - 2:30 PM||Interpretation of the norms for manufacturing fixing elements
Eloisa Baez, Technical Service Engineer, Tuercas y Tornillos Báez, Spanish Presentation
The conference will focus on the interpretation of ASME B 18 2 6 2011 dimensional. For the manufacture of structural mechanical fasteners, to meet the requirements and specifications of customers.
|2:45 PM - 3:15 PM||Torque and lubrication in hardware
Rodrigo Javier Maisterrena, Lead Engineer, Fastenel, Spanish Presentation
Topics: Physics behind torque, relation between tension and torque in a bolt. Lubrication: friend or enemy of threaded assemblies, common problems due to the lack of the appropriate torque. Directed to engineering professionals, production, quality, and mechanical design.
|3:30 PM - 4:00 PM||New trends in processes of rolling in cold lamination
Alberto Gabika, Customer Care Team Manager, Heroslam, Spanish Presentation
The idea is to present our vision of the market that we serve in our multiple visits to customers, focusing on rolled processes. For example, the trend to Threading harder and harder materials, which greatly affects the life of the tool, and what we are doing manufacturers of this type of research tools in new materials and coatings to produce tools capable of rolling this type of materials.
|4:15 PM - 4:45 PM||Fastener Key Process
Ernesto Ibarra, Production Marketing Manager, Atotech de Mexico S.A. de C.V., Spanish Presentation
Fastener Key Process, offer the best selection of surface finish to meet customer requirement.
|5:00 PM - 5:30 PM||Fastening for Light Weight Design
Francisco Eguía & Fabián Blanco, Ejot ATF Fasteners de Mexico y Compania, S. en C., Spanish Presentation
"Lightweight design" is one of the central activities of many automotive companies. Intelligent light weight design concepts continue to be of crucial importance for the compliance with future CO2 limits. For this reason, special importance is given to the development of a new generation of fasteners suitable for lightweight construction.
|5:45 PM - 6:15 PM||Six Sigma Methods and Process Control Techniques
Andy Lesko, MacDermid Enthone, English Presentation
Six Sigma and process control are two powerful methods for maximizing quality and reducing costs. While most factories use some of the many tools in each, which tools are best can be confusing. Time is always limited. Do you make a process map or a CE Matrix? Should you track Cp or Cpk or Pp or Ppk? Should you do a regression or a Do? We’ll talk about these and more in this presentation where we explore an easy to understand Six Sigma approach and the best tools for each phase. We’ll discuss when you need and when you don’t need Six Sigma, and talk about effective use of statistical process control (SPC). Many real world examples will be used to show how applying these tools can have an immediate effect on product quality and operational costs.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
|11:00 AM - 1:00 PM||Fasteners 101
George Martinez, Regional Sales Manager - Proferred Rivets, Brighton Best International, Spanish and English Presentation
Introduction course in the world of fasteners
|1:30 PM - 2:00 PM||Hydrogen Embrittlement
Bob Lund, Director of Engineering, Fastenal, English Presentation
Topics: Hydrogen Embrittlement, “At Risk” Fasteners, Plating Specifications, Alternatives. Attendants are recommended to be related with: engineering, production, quality, mechanical design.
|2:15 PM - 2:45 PM||Revolution of Plastic Fasteners in the Industry
Jorge H. Gilgames Martínez, Director Comercial, Micro Partes de México, S.A. de C.V., Spanish Presentation
Show an overview of the market trend and applications regarding the use of high engineering plastic fasteners for assembly applications in any industry that performs this practice. As the plastic revolutionizes and displaces in many cases the metal, generating better costs, lightness and durability in the field.
|3:00 PM - 3:30 PM||Bolts of controlled tension
Javier Moctezuma, Technical Service Engineer, Unytite Inc., USA, Spanish Presentation
We would talk about the advantages and disadvantages:
|3:45 PM - 4:15 PM||Zinc Nickel systems, direct solution against corrosion
Juan Carlos Espejel, MacDermid Enthone, Spanish Presentation
This presentation covers the basis for a suitable choice in electrolytic coatings of nickel zinc on automotive parts. We will talk about the differences between an acid and alkaline system and its application to the different types of parts to be covered, from bulk bolts in barrel processes to brake systems and other processed parts in hanging (Rack) and its main advantages and disadvantages. As well as the cycle generally used in each application and its most important specifications to ensure the correct performance of the process and the part in the final finish.
|4:30 PM - 5:00 PM||Weight Reduction in Automotive Industry – Opportunities in Bolted Joints using Design and Material Combinations
Yair Diaz & Mark Mahaffy, Director - Sales & Application, KAMAX, English Presentation